By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN
The Centre for Neuro Skills will hold an invitation-only grand opening for its 25,000-square-foot new flagship clinic next week.
The new building at 5215 Ashe Road is twice the size of the center's previous facility, a news release from the center said. The center specializes in intensive rehabilitation and medical treatment for people recovering from brain injuries, the news release said. The new building is about two miles from the center's residential apartment complex.
The new clinic has been open since December, according to public relations and communications specialist Kelly Lopez.
The Centre for Neuro Skills opened in Bakersfield more than 30 years ago and now has locations in Dallas, Los Angeles and San Francisco as well. For information visit www.neuroskills.com.
National Health Services Inc. will also celebrate the opening of a new location later this month.
The nonprofit's Panama Lane Health Center will hold its grand opening March 26. The new clinic is at 4600 Panama Lane, Suite 102B in Bakersfield. The facility has been open since late January.
The health center will provide medical, lab and behavioral health services as well as WIC services. Kern Health Systems contributed to the nonprofit for the health center, according to National Health Services.
National Health Services has locations throughout Kern County, including in Delano, Tehachapi and Taft. The nonprofit is a safety net provider that serves patients, including the uninsured.
Visit www.nhsinc.org for more information. Appointments can be made by calling National Health Service's appointment center at 1-866-625-4900.